An old lady who works there (whom I assumed to be the owner of the shop) was the rudest salesperson I have ever encountered. I went to the shop excited and prepared to order bouquet of flowers for a friend?s graduation. After much trouble, I finally secured a parking spot in front of the store, but I needed change to fill the meter. I ran to the store and asked if she was able to break my 5 dollar bill to pay for the parking, but she rudely refused. Admittedly I am young and may seem an unlikely customer, so I explained to her that I was there as a paying customer. The lady was so quick to judge me and actually commented that my five dollar bills that I was holding would not pay for the flower in her store. I was so shocked at her comment and stormed out of the shop. \r
The reason that I went to the store is because I used to live by the apartment nearby and my family had been a loyal customer to the shop for at least three years now. Well, now she had lost our business, and I suggest anyone looking to keep their good mood in this cheerful summer weather to stay away from this flower shop.
Pros: Fresh unique flowers, Small but interesting selections
Cons: Extremely RUDE florist, expensive compared to flower shops nearby (at Pike Place) of similar quality.